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Q: What is the decimal number represent by the binary number 11100111?

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Every decimal number can be represented by a binary number - and conversely.

The binary equivalent of the decimal number 14 is 00001110.

The binary equivalent of the decimal number 63 is 111111.

1101 is the binary equivalent of the decimal number 13

11010000 is the equivalent binary representation of the decimal number 208.

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231.

231 written in binary numbers is 11100111

The binary number 10000000 represents the decimal 128

The binary equivalent for the decimal number 23 is 10111

10111

All I know is that when a number is negative, you convert the decimal into binary and if it is negative you put 1111 before the binary digits.

8

10 digits.

5

If that's binary, it's 57 base 10

It takes 7 digits.

For the simple reason that the 'places' in a binary number represent multiples of 2, rather than 10. Therefore, a binary '10' = a decimal '2.'

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